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THREE VENETIAN ALLEGORICAL BRONZE FIGURES OF HOPE, CHARITY AND PRUDENCE, ATTRIBUTED TO TIZIANO ASPETTI (1557-1606); ON LATER MARBLE BASES_1.jpg (2000×1528)

THREE VENETIAN ALLEGORICAL BRONZE FIGURES OF HOPE, CHARITY AND PRUDENCE, ATTRIBUTED TO TIZIANO ASPETTI (1557-1606); ON LATER MARBLE BASES_1.jpg (2000×1528)

A PAIR OF BRONZE FIGURES OF APOLLO AND VENUS -  WORKSHOP OF TIZIANO ASPETTI (D. 1606), SECOND HALF 16TH CENTURY

A PAIR OF BRONZE FIGURES OF APOLLO AND VENUS - WORKSHOP OF TIZIANO ASPETTI (D. 1606), SECOND HALF 16TH CENTURY

Venetian, 16th century Mars as a warrior a l’antica Cast from a model by Tiziano Aspetti (Padua, 1557/59-1606, Pisa)  Bronze  45.5 cm (18 in.) high

Venetian, 16th century Mars as a warrior a l’antica Cast from a model by Tiziano Aspetti (Padua, 1557/59-1606, Pisa) Bronze 45.5 cm (18 in.) high

jpg (2000×1646)BARTHÉLEMY PRIEUR, 1536 - 1611 LION MARCHANT, VERS 16001.jpg (2000×1646)

jpg (2000×1646)BARTHÉLEMY PRIEUR, 1536 - 1611 LION MARCHANT, VERS 16001.jpg (2000×1646)

Italian bronze figures of Jupiter and Juno.

Italian bronze figures of Jupiter and Juno.

Attributed to Massimiliano Soldani-Benzi (1656-1740) After a model by Alessandro Algardi (1598-1654) Italian, Florence, circa 1700_1.jpg (1254×2000)

Attributed to Massimiliano Soldani-Benzi (1656-1740) After a model by Alessandro Algardi (1598-1654) Italian, Florence, circa 1700_1.jpg (1254×2000)

"Dancing Faun," 1722-1724, Pietro Cipriani. Bronze. | This dancing faun is now more precisely identified as a satyr. Satyrs are roguish figures from ancient mythology and literature known for their love of wine, music, and mischief.

"Dancing Faun," 1722-1724, Pietro Cipriani. Bronze. | This dancing faun is now more precisely identified as a satyr. Satyrs are roguish figures from ancient mythology and literature known for their love of wine, music, and mischief.

Attributed to Foggini, Daphne. Florence, c.1700. Brass.

Attributed to Foggini, Daphne. Florence, c.1700. Brass.

Francesco Righetti (1749-1819), Italian, Rome, Apollo and Daphne, signed and dated on the base Righett. F. Rome. 1791, bronze on an associated marble base

Francesco Righetti (1749-1819), Italian, Rome, Apollo and Daphne, signed and dated on the base Righett. F. Rome. 1791, bronze on an associated marble base

'Virgin and Child'. Alessandro Algardi (Italian, Bologna 1598–1654 Rome). Date: ca. 1650, Rome. Bronze, silvered and gilt; black/blue marble. 44.5 x 28.3 x 14.8 cm. -The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY-

'Virgin and Child'. Alessandro Algardi (Italian, Bologna 1598–1654 Rome). Date: ca. 1650, Rome. Bronze, silvered and gilt; black/blue marble. 44.5 x 28.3 x 14.8 cm. -The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY-

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